Sustainable Development Goals

SDG 13 Climate action

Sustainable Energy in Krabi
Krabi, Thailand. Greenpeace climbing activists hangs banner with a message of "STOP COAL (or COAL IS NOT THE ANSWER) at Rairay beach, admonishing government stop deceptive energy crisis discourse to go to new coal power plant. Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Greenpeace.

Background In 2014, the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand proposed an 870-megawatt coal-fired power plant in Nhua Khlong, Krabi. This proposed coal plant would be built inside Thailand’s largest seagrass ecosystems and near pristine beaches on the Andaman Sea, a world-famous tourist destination. An associated coal ...

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